Asmall but growing number of consumers around the world are now getting broadband services at 100 Mbitlsec - a speed that would have seemed inconceivable not so long ago. Most of these subscribers are in Japan and South Korea, where government policy has played an important role in encouraging deployment. But there is also a significant number of users in the USA and there are pockets of development in countries such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Sweden, Austria and Italy. And France is set for expansion over the next two years.
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